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Shadowbloom by Samuel Sullivan
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Mar 01, 2012

it was amazing
Read from March 01 to April 01, 2012

SHADOWBLOOM Rhyme of the Willow, was an awesome read. I was taken to a whole new world of fantasy, a plant world. When Axton and Aniva Rhyme were three years old, their parents disappeared--they had just vanished. Now, thirteen years later, and with the appearance of a woman with lime-green eyes and emerald vines for hair, Axton and Aniva go back to where their parents disappeared, a willow tree. Axton places his hand on the tree, while saying a name and they are transported to a place through a veil of foliage, full of plant wonders unlike anything they have ever imagined. The children find a garden full of strange plants like the thought-carrying Linkroots, bone-crushing Tanglervines, spore-filled Pumpershrooms, and berries from crimson Bloodvines . . . Berries that will change a human into a fearsome Wild with just a single drop of juice. It's a great adventure and I would recommend this story to anyone. It was a fun fast and fun read.

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